Monthly Archives: January 2013
Went out for my walk with Rufus as usual. But as you can see the scenery was a little different! At the top of Redburn the snow was quite deep. Some nice photo shots. This was a very tiring walk, … Continue reading
Here is my Cork-bark-elm with a root mass that could do with a lot of improvement. So Philip,Ian and I desided that an air-layer might help the look of this tree. Here it is after one full year after the … Continue reading
Here my maple now potted up. Many thanks to Ian for his help and for selling me this rather nice pot. The branches will still need a little trim when the spring comes around. As you can see the buds … Continue reading
This is, what use to be, my Elm. I used this tree in part exchange for my Corked bark maple. But about a year before I took an air-layer of the top of this tree. After a year, or so … Continue reading
I took Rufus on a different afternoon walk. This park is up the hills behind Holywood. Some nice very old trees, as you can see. A very big clump? A great root spread on this tree. This little stream … Continue reading
This is my Kiyohime Maple. When I bought this tree it’s trunk was only pencil thin. So the tree has unrestricted growth for the past mmmmmm maybe 8 to 10 years. So now i’m happy with the trunk and overall … Continue reading
I can’t beleve it’s been so lone since my last post. Here are a few things I will be talking about in more detail, in the next few days. Some about work, but mostly more work on trees.